I had to do the Houdini with this one yesterday as I identified something I wanted to change. This was a nice one to write with the loopy nature of the first 4 letters. The challenge with this one was making those curves as smooth as possible.
about 1 year ago
Cute! i like it.
Very, very nice!!!
type, type, type ... man ... and what about signs ... ;) ???
Awesome, love it!
now isn't this lovely...:D
It is for sure @Florin.
nicely done, Matt.
Just one thing that grabs my eye for some reason ans that's the upper right corner of the "a". everything else has such a nice round soft flow to it and that part seems to turn a bit tight to me. Maybe even rounder like the top right of the "r" might be enough roundness to it. Maybe its just me, but everything else flows so nice.
Lovely work, @Matt Vergotis
love this matt. really great flow throughout. i have to agree with @Mike Bruner about that 'a' at the end. i think it is finishing off too abruptly. i might have a solution...if you are willing to see, let me know and i'll email it over to ya.
Another masterclass, Mr VergotIs.... grrr!
love it man!
@Michael Wong @Arno Kathollnig @Max Litvin @Kaushik V. Panchal @Florin Capota @Milosz Klimek @Tomas Vateha Thank you gents for the kind comments. Always dig hearing them.
@TAS haha! yep, I have been very type focused lately. For me designing type feels like dancing, where as designing marks feels like sitting down with one of those brain teasing puzzles (which I do enjoy). But right now, I feel like dancing.
@Mike Bruner Thanks mate, really appreciate the feedback too. 'debr' were such lovely letters to write (try it). The pen takes you on a nice roller coaster of a ride. There were a few variations to the 'a' I tried, to continue that one motion flow, but unfortunately they all looked forced. So with that said, yes please Mr @Colin Tierney shoot it through and I'll upload it as an attachment. Appreciate you taking the time.
@Sam Isbister Cheers legend.
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